The “engine that runs on hot water” was invented by
CEO at Deluge Technologies, Inc.
Deluge Technologies will build reverse osmosis desalination plants in Arizona for the agriculture industry and tap into the massive salty brackish water underground aquifer below the city. Deluge Technologies desalting plants are run on solar thermal power lowering operating costs by 90% because of minimal electricity use.
The scope of the applications are so vast, the only way to successfully deploy the technology is by licensing to corporate experts and letting these partners help and profit from the technology upgrading available.
The Natural Energy Engine™, developed over the past 10 years by Research Scientist Brian Hageman, utilizes small amounts of heat energy from solar, geothermal, or any other heat source, including waste heat from existing processes. It can use this heat to efficiently generate electricity, desalinate or purify water, pump liquids such as water or oil, compress gas, and perform the same kinds of work done by today’s other engine technologies at significantly lower cost of infrastructure and operation.
The engine is notable in that it requires no combustion, operates virtually silently, and generates no emissions.
The Natural Energy Engine is also referred to as the “N E Engine”, since it can perform the work of any engine.
Despite the revolutionary nature of the development, “It’s really not all that complicated“, says Brian Hageman, “the engine converts low-grade heat, about the temperature of hot water from your tap, into mechanical work.”
“It is a thermal hydraulic engine,” Brian continues. “It uses the same principles of expansion and contraction from heat as an everyday thermometer, and uses the expansion to create powerful hydraulic pressure in a manner similar to an automobile’s brakes.”
Learn more at www.delugeinc.com and www.brianhageman.us